Journal of Vacation Marketing, Ahead of Print.
Trivago and TripAdvisor are paying the price for putting all their eggs in a single basket with Priceline and Expedia cutting back on their their meta-search spend, forcing Trivago in particular to reassess its business model.
Users have no way to know how many negative reviews TripAdvisor withheld, how many true, troubling experiences never get told. The Federal Trade Commission is now looking into TripAdvisor’s business practices.
Airbnb is expanding experiences, activity products launched as part of its Trips platform in November last year, to Melbourne, Bali and Hong Kong.
Thanks to the rise of food tourism, an increasing number of hotels are launching dining experiences of their own. The aim is to increase loyalty and create a seamless experience for customers.
The Uber we have now is simply not up to that task. Even its board now acknowledges that the world desperately needs a better Uber.
Black Friday and Cyber Monday are just days away – and hotels are offering deals that will make traveling cheaper into next year.
Despite having all checks and systems in place your hotel’s bottom line can suffer because of revenue leakages, which usually go unnoticed.
The Elizabeth Hotel, set to open in fall 2017 in Downtown Fort Collins, CO, needed a one-of-a-kind website to reflect their highly anticipated Old Town property.